The Magic Bean & How It Makes You Rich (in More Ways Than One)

  • 29 Apr 2017
  • 9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
  • Mt. Mary University
  • 7


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What if you could reach to and sell more than you do now, more consistently than you do now, to a newer and broader market than you do now?  

What if you never again had to pack up all your art, your booth, your display, your bags and tags and change and food and self to sell at art fairs and galleries and the like? (Or do a lot less of it?)

And what if a few new habits and the same or less money you are spending now on advertising and jury fees could springboard you into a new level of success with a lot less stress?

Using the Internet and social media is not rocket science, its just new and ever changing (but in a good way). And it’s not as overwhelming as you may think!

Let Brenda Meintz Schweder show you how to harness the power of the best tools available to you right now in an easy-to-understand, pick-what-works-for-you, simple-to-dive-into way.

Learn the basics to:

  •  Social network platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest & Flickr
  •  Website platforms like WordPress
  • Content Creation
  • Connection tools like blogs and newsletters
  •  Live video broadcasts
  •  Social Selling on Etsy, Facebook
  •  Advertising applications like Ripl and Facebook
  •  Creating your own YouTube channel
  •  And more!

Chose which methods work best for you, your artist lifestyle and your work!

One part lecture and one part hands-on, hone in on the platform/s and applications that will work for you, your time, and your business.

Brenda Schweder is an Artist, Inventor of Now That’s a Jig! and Influencer to the jewelry hobbyist! Author of four books, Brenda has been published over one hundred times in the likes of books, magazines, DVD’s and online by content makers the likes of Lark Jewelry & Beading, Kalmbach Publishing Company and Interweave. Watch her Live Video Broadcasts each Monday and Thursday (minimally) on Facebook and catch her on Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest and YouTube!

Who should come: Anyone interested in deciphering the Internet, and all (well, many) of its trappings and how it can easily work for them and their businesses.

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